Here’s an interesting question posted on a milk manufacturer’s websites Q&A page.
I tried multiplying the 3 ends of a milk pack, but it won’t become 1 liter. Is there really 1 liter of milk in it?
- The usual size (inner size) of a 1000ml milk package in Japan is 70mm×70mm×194mm.
- The total would be 950.6ml, and does not reach 1000ml.
Reply from the manufacturer
- When the milk or other kind of beverage is poured into the package, the inside wall of the package will be pressured
- As a result, 1000ml will can be packaged.
Are you satisfied with this reply? Why don’t you try it with a milk package at home?
Translated by Elena